Our mission is to provide a voice for marginalized young people including care leavers, LGBTQIA YP, SEND YP, looked after children, young carers, and young people experiencing mental ill-health by providing them the tools to express themselves, improve their literacy, speak truth to power and have their voices heard through publishing zines and comics about salient community issues
Juniors Comics Workshop takes place every Saturday:
11am until 12:30 for ages 8 to 13
Learn how to make comics, plan a zine, practice your art, get an idea off the ground, and browse our ever-growing library of comics.
Sign up for a membership form on our website
Who to contact
Where to go
- Comics Youth CIC
Make Hamilton Rm 111
2 Cleveland St
- CH41 6ND
Time / Date Details
- When is it on
- Every Saturday: Juniors between 11-12:30pm
- Time of day
- Session Information
Our creative space is a autism and LGBTQIA inclusive and provides a safe and progressive space for young people to have their voices heard
- Please contact provider for cost details.
- Offering Tax Free Childcare.
- Referral Details
Please sign up via our Membership form which can be found via www.comicsyouth.co.uk
For any young person who accesses any service at Alder Hey children's hospital or one of it's referral points, can sign up to join our Pencil Pals programme.
You will get 8 weeks of 1-2-1 creative sessions where you will work with us each week to create a story that will be published in a book.
You will also learn about and work on comic making, illustrations, sketch book techniques, creative writing, poetry, story telling and more.
Open to anyone aged 25 and under who has accessed any Alder Hey services.
- Contact Name
- Anna Macdonald
- Contact Email